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Career prospects after graduating with a Btech in Electronics & Communication design

by Team FUCCHA

In today's world, it is becoming increasingly difficult to imagine functioning on a day-to-day basis without gadgets, right? Have you ever wondered how these appliances work? Have you ever seen the circuits, which are inside every technical device? A curious child, at least once in his life, must have opened the CPU, or television, or any other electronic device. What one gets inside is a loop of wires and circuits, with no understanding of how and where they are connected. All these are the workings of an electronics and communication engineer, who has developed the internal functioning of all these systems.

 

If we sit and think about our everyday life and the devices we use on a regular basis like televisions, radios, laptops, mobiles, computers, cameras, amongst others. The basic concept behind them has been formulated by the principles of electronics engineering. Even television satellites are based on concepts of electronics. Yes, all the live streaming of cricket and football matches which we get to watch at our homes are made possible due to the hard work put in by electronics and communication engineers.

 

From the invention of the transistor to the invention of LEDs, electronics have come a long way and have grown nearly at every invention. As we progress technologically, there is going to be no stop to this. Electronics and Communication design is continuously growing sector which makes it an extremely attractive option for youngsters interested in the avenues of technology and communication  So what exactly are the career aspects of electronic engineering? Since there is a need for this disciple in almost every sector, there is a high demand for electronics engineers. From government sectors to private industries, the expertise of these highly skilled professionals is required everywhere.

 

Due to the growing collaboration between the electronics industries and digital industries, the jobs in the electronics and communication sector have amplified to a great extent. In the manufacturing industries and service organizations like data communication, entertainment, broadcasting, consulting, research and development there is a need for ECE engineers.

 

In India, the demand for ECE engineers is extremely high in the government sector. Defense Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is one of the most reputed institutions in the country. There is a high scope for electronics and communication engineers in this huge organisation. Except for DRDO, Indian Telephone Industries, and Civil Aviation are organizations where ECE engineers can work. 

 

In India, almost every engineering college offers a degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering. One of the best institutes to make your career in ECE is University of Petroleum and Energy Sciences (UPES). At UPES students are trained by experienced faculty. On a regular basis, there are workshops, industrial visits, and guest lectures, being organized for the students. This helps in better understanding of the subject, and students get industrial exposure. Industrial exposure in every subject of education is vital in offering students an in-depth understanding of the practicality and application of the learning they derive from a course. UPES is one of the premier institutes of education in the realm of engineering.

 

Also, the students get to choose subjects of their own choice from the third year of college onwards. Students can thus make a future in the field of their choice. Usually, students get to study about signal & systems, digital electronics, microprocessors, wireless communication, radar systems, optical communication, mechatronics, VLSI, artificial intelligence, and IoT.

 

It is now easy to say that electronics and communication department is the vertebrae of digital technology. There would have been no mobiles, televisions, laptops, fridge, washing machines, or Air Conditioners. Building a career in ECE is a laborious task, but once done, there is a high scope. From satellite designing to defence, to communication industries everyone roots for ECE engineers.

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

 

What is the work of an electronics and communication engineer?

 

Electronic communications engineers primarily perform the functions of conceptualising, designing, testing and overseeing the manufacturing and production of communications and broadcast systems. They mainly operate to integrate electronics and communications into all types of systems they develop.

 

What are the key skills for electronics and communication engineer?

 

Some of the key skills required to be an efficient electronics and communication engineer include -

 

-    Complex and intricate problem-solving skills and a methodical thought process.

-     Critical and analytical thinking.

-     Evident interest in technology.

-     Aptitude and interest in mathematics.

-     Efficient communications skills.

-     Strong IT skills and knowledge

-     Time management and the capacity to prioritise and plan work productively.

 

 

 

 

 

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Category Archives: Life At College

Career prospects after graduating with a Btech in Electronics & Communication design

by Team FUCCHA

In today's world, it is becoming increasingly difficult to imagine functioning on a day-to-day basis without gadgets, right? Have you ever wondered how these appliances work? Have you ever seen the circuits, which are inside every technical device? A curious child, at least once in his life, must have opened the CPU, or television, or any other electronic device. What one gets inside is a loop of wires and circuits, with no understanding of how and where they are connected. All these are the workings of an electronics and communication engineer, who has developed the internal functioning o